Tucker Carlson: The Left Is 'Satanic' - 'in Direct Objection to God'
Fox News host agrees with Jason Whitlock that Democrats driven by anti-Christian values
During his show this week, Fox News host Tucker Carlson and his guest, journalist Jason Whitlock, both agreed that the Left is "Satanic" and driven by anti-Christian values.
The pair discussed how the progressive policies pushed by Democrats are "in direct objection to God."
Whitlock explained how the Democrats' core beliefs are fundamentally Satanic and conflict with those of most Americans.
"What do you think — I’ve always wondered this — what is the actual support for the ideas?” Carlson asked Whitlock.
"Not, you know, 'do you like Trump or Biden?' but, for example, 'do you think men can get pregnant?' or 'do you think some races are morally superior to other races?'" Carlson added.
"Like the core ideas of the Democratic Party - How many Americans actually believe that stuff, would you guess?”
Whitlock responded by explaining that he thinks the actual number is probably quite low.
"Tucker, I’m going to say something difficult to unpack in this short amount of time, but it’s what I truly believe," he said.
"I think a lot of what the Left supports is Satanic.
"I’m just sorry. It’s in direct objection to God.
"In direct objection to the Judeo-Christian values that were at the foundation of this country,” Whitlock continued.
"And those Christian values are why we made so much progress in terms of freedom and humanity and the way we treat everybody.
"Yes, it was hard, but our Christian values compelled us to sacrifice our lives for the freedoms of other Americans, of slaves.
"And through the civil rights movement, our Christian values compelled us to take risks and fight for equality and the equality of opportunity for everybody.
"I see a lot of what’s going on here is — I’m just sorry, I’m a man of faith, I was raised in the church, this stuff is Satanic,” he concluded.
"That’s what’s at the foundation of a lot of this stuff.”
Carlson said he wholeheartedly agreed with Whitlock's analysis.
"Well, I’m a pretty mild Protestant, personally, but I completely agree with you, especially the gender stuff," Carlson said.
"When you say you can change your own gender by wishing it, you’re saying you’re God, and that is Satanic.
"I completely agree.”
Jason Whitlock: "I think a lot of what the left supports is satanic. I’m sorry, it’s in direct objection to God... ’m a man of faith, I was raised in the church, this stuff is satanic."— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) August 24, 2021
Tucker Carlson: "I completely agree with you." pic.twitter.com/5awIHkpjH4
Whitlock expanded on his comments in a Tuesday op-ed for The Blaze
"My problem with the left is its aspiration to redefine every form of sin as a natural desire we should not tame," Whitlock wrote.
"‘Do what thou wilt’ is the unstated overarching theme of progressive politics.
"‘Do what thou wilt’ is the primary tenet of the Thelema occult practice established by English writer Aleister Crowley, a satanist.
"‘Do what thou wilt’ means to seek out and follow your true path and will.”
"Let me translate that for you: If you were born a biological man but feel like a woman, go for it," Whitlock continued.
"Seek out your true destiny,” he continued.
"That’s why Tucker Carlson responded to my declaration that a lot of what the left supports is Satanic by mentioning the transgender issue."
Let me explain the statement I made yesterday on Tucker Carlson about the left's satanic bent. https://t.co/WrgbYYIPv9— Jason Whitlock (@WhitlockJason) August 24, 2021
Going on to say it was not his intention to single out people with gender dysphoria, Whitlock said that all sin is Satanic, including the ones he struggles with.
"I admit the Satanic nature of my gluttony and other sins.
"I wish the left would own, acknowledge, and repent its sins.”